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Trees and shrubs

Viburnum tinus: superb in autumn

Viburnum tinus is a shrub known for its pretty autumn bloom, which brings a touch of color to the garden.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Viburnum tinus lisaroseFamily: CaprifoliaceaeType: ShrubHeight: 2 mExposition: Sunny to shadeSoil: Enough Rich Foliage: Evergreen - Flowering: November to March Planting Viburnum tinus Viburnum tinus is ideally planted in the fall but can also be planted in the spring if it is bought in pots or containers.
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Piéris japonica: planting, pruning and advice on caring for it

The Japanese andromeda, or pieris Japonica, is a sumptuous shrub.In summary, what you should know: Name: Pieris JaponicaFamily: EricaceaeType: ShrubHeight: 3 to 5 mExposition: Part shadeSoil: Heather earthFoliage: Evergreen - Flowering : Spring We appreciate the spring flowering of the Pieris and its beautiful colored evergreen foliage.
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Gardening

Repotting orchids

Repotting an orchid is an important step in the speed of the plant. Repotting well cannot be improvised ... After having blessed yourself with a beautiful flowering, your orchid seems a little bland and you do not know how to restore its tone. One of the first steps to perform is to repot it in a new pot.
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Food recipes

Winter salad with oranges

Here is a delicious winter salad recipe with oranges, lamb's lettuce and mimolette Ingredients for 4 people: 2 blood oranges 60 g of aged mimolette salad for 4 people 2 tsp. of mixed seeds For the vinaigrette: 1 tsp. coffee cider vinegar 1 tsp. 2 tbsp rapeseed oil
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Gardening

Garden cress: delicious peppery flavor

Garden cress, or ground watercress, does not need waterlogged soil to grow. It can therefore be easily cultivated in the kitchen garden.Its flavor is very spicy, more pronounced than that of watercress.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Barbarea verna (syn. Barbarea praecox) Family: Brassicaceae Type: leaf vegetable , condiment plant Vegetation: biennial, evergreen foliage Height: 40-60 cm Exposure: sun, partial shade Soil: drained, rich in humus, not too dry to cool Sowing: March to August Harvest: July to November Sowing and planting of garden watercress Unlike watercress which needs to grow in water, garden watercress grows in normal soil.
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Gardening

Protect plants from frost and cold

When winter frosts occur, the plants enter a period of vegetative rest.It is important to protect them from frost and cold to find them in spring in the best conditions! A few simple protective actions allow you to easily protect them for less cost.
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